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Vegan gingery mixed berry crumble!

on 01/10/2013
Yum! Dig in!

Yum! Dig in!

Because it is the end of the Summer’s bounty & I had foraged a lot of wild blackberries, I had to make this most lovely crumble recipe! A mix of berries with a hint of orange, stem ginger pieces and a topping of deliciousness!Β This lovely crumble is so easy to make & so easy to devour too! πŸ˜‰ Check it all out!!

Recipe: For 2 persons, with a bit of seconds


* For the fruit mix:

325 gr mix of your favourite fresh berries/ I used a mix of fresh blueberries, raspberries & blackberries

1 ball of stem ginger, cut into little pieces

2 tablespoons of that stem ginger syrup, taken from the jar filled with stem ginger balls

2 tablespoons of powdered coconut sugar

grated zest of 1/2 orange

* For the topping:

50 gr of slightly salted vegan butter

75 gr light organic spelt flour

40 gr powdered coconut sugar

20 gr medium-sized oat flakes

20 gr flaked almonds, crushed lightly in your hands


1. Preheat your oven to 180Β°C ( 350 F ) for 10 minutes.

2. Make the topping first. Take a large bowl & ad flour in it. Now, Add the butter & rub it into the flour. Add oat flakes, flaked almonds & coconut sugar. Mix gentle & do not overmix. It has to look like smaller crumbles.

3. In another bowl, add berries, mix them together with the orange zest, coconut sugar, stem ginger syrup & cut up stem ginger. Mix well. Take a fitted oven dish & place your fruit mix, in 1 layer, all in it. Now, scatter your crumble mix all over it & bake into the preheated oven for about 20 to 25 minutes until the crumble is golden brown on top.

4. Serve into 2 bowls & enjoy with someΒ hot vegan pouring custard,…Yummmm! Enjoy, my lovely ones! πŸ˜‰Β β™₯Β Stay Tuned & subscribe by email! Join 1,800 email subscribers now!!! It is free!!!! Click the link here below to subscribe!!!


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85 responses to “Vegan gingery mixed berry crumble!

  1. Oh I love these:). Coconut sugar.. Hmmm… You are always inspiring to use new vegan products.. Need to find that.

    • Sophie33 says:

      yes, Sonal but here I used powdered coconut usgar! You can find it like thta, is easier to use in desserts! πŸ˜‰

  2. ritavegas says:

    It looks so yummy! My Anna will love it!! πŸ™‚

  3. I also recently foraged Blackberries, but I ate them all before they could get to the pot πŸ™‚ This looks yummy πŸ™‚

  4. Katarina says:

    Mmmm, looks so delicious! Hugs!

  5. Pass the spoon over, please!

  6. I just love crumble! It’s being bookmarked πŸ™‚

  7. That is one bowl of goodness Sophie!It looks so delicious!

  8. so glad you are still here Sophie, many of my Food Blog friends have given up. I am back periodically!

  9. This looks so good, love the addition of ginger. Very creative.

  10. Yummy! Great use of ingredients πŸ˜€

  11. Mary Frances says:

    Nice use of ginger. I bet this is so easy to eat!

  12. Hotly Spiced says:

    I do love how this warming dessert has stem ginger in it. That would add another dimension to this dessert xx

  13. Yummm! Beautiful colors!

  14. Liz says:

    oh, that custard!!! lovely lovely πŸ™‚

  15. Bernice says:

    Looks fabulous – wish I had a piece!!

  16. Tammy says:

    I love it when you don’t put chocolate in the dessert. This one looks amazing and I will make it.

  17. Koko says:

    Sophie, I want this sooo bad! It looks out of this world. I just love that you added ginger two ways to this dessert. I love ginger, and it’s such a great flavour. Send me a big piece? Hahaha I wish.

  18. LOVE LOVE LOVE that you added ginger in this delicious crumble πŸ˜€

  19. I always add to my shopping list when I visit here – today it is coconut sugar πŸ™‚

    • Sophie33 says:

      Yes, tandy but I used here powdered coconut sugar. It still is very expensive over here though! 😦

  20. Barbara says:

    I actually have a jar of stem ginger. Think I ordered it when I was doing some recipes from Jamie Oliver. Your crisp looks divine, Sophie!

  21. I bet this crumble tastes as good as it looks, Sophie! Look at the dreamy topping!

  22. Ina gawne says:

    Sophie – this looks fabulous. It would be great with Qunioa flakes too. I have never seen vegan custard…sounds sooo good!

  23. This looks downright yummy Sophie and your recipe is so clear.

    But you know what.How could one avoid that coconut sugar? That is an ingredient which can lead to Parkinson’s disease.


    • Sophie33 says:

      I have no problem with it, it is a very healthy alternative sugar & has a lowglycemix index. Diabetics can take it too!

  24. Our berry season is just about over but I’m hoping to find enough to make this luscious dessert. Your beautiful photo makes my mouth water.

  25. Agnieszka says:

    sounds yummy…I have to try it!!!mniammmmmm;

  26. I’m all about using what’s left of summer produce and this is just perfect!

  27. lou says:

    Hi Sophie,
    It looks again very delicious! I love it.

  28. So many berries, so little time, cannot wait to gobble this up!

  29. liveblissful says:

    mmmm looks delicious! I’ve never seen ginger stem before.

  30. How amazing that you got to forage for your own berries!

  31. Offmotorway says:

    Mmm, lots of my favourite things in one dish – sounds wonderful!

  32. Ohhh I have never tried ginger in my crumbles and yet I love ginger! This looks and sounds incredible, Sophie, and I can’t wait to try it! x

  33. afracooking says:

    It has been such a busy summer it has been way to long since I dropped by. You really have cooked some lovely dishes. Really enjoyed browsing through them. Loving this colourful crumble. I might make this for brunch this weekend!

  34. SuzaSuzanne says:

    I love berry anything so I’m sure this would be very tasty. Great thing about this is you could use frozen berries and have anytime. Thanks always trying out my recipes you are so sweet.

    • Sophie33 says:

      Yes, you could use frozen too, I believe, Suzanne! πŸ™‚ I love all of your tasty recipes! πŸ™‚ xxx

  35. What a fabulous photo Sophie – that looks amazing!! So yummy chica! Celeste πŸ™‚

  36. Oh this sounds amazing! I’m a big fan of this type of dessert! Yum!

  37. Your crumble is quite the delicious dessert πŸ˜€


  38. Georgina says:

    What a beautiful looking crumble!

  39. MakeSomethingMondays says:

    Wow, that sounds amazing!

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